Apple has not been impacted by an ongoing global component shortage, according to a new report in NikkeiThe publication states that production of some MacBooks and iPads has been delayed by “Partial component orders” will be pushed back in the second half of 2021.
The issue with MacBooks has to do with the ability to install certain components on the circuit board prior to device assembly. Meanwhile, the delayed production of the iPad was apparently due to a lack of displays and display components, Bloomberg reported earlier this week on the tight supply of display drivers has caused bottlenecks in the tech industry. all
Nikkei It did not specify which MacBook or iPad models will be affected, whether the delayed production belongs to existing devices, or an unannounced update.Apple is expected to release a new version of the iPad Pro in This year, as well as undergoing a shift to deploying its own processors in all Macs, analyst Ming-chi Kuo recently said that the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro with a smaller LED display will enter mass production in This month
Until now, the production of the iPhone has not been affected, although two sources state that the supply of components. “Relatively tight,” Nikkei said the shortage “remains a supply chain issue for Apple and does not affect product availability”.